Some Economic Considerations in Planning Control of Insects Affecting Young Forest Trees
Because of the long interval between time of damage and harvest, it becomes necessary to carefully analyze any control programs directed at ridding young trees of insects. The type, extent, and time of damage are considered in relation to financial return. The primary purpose of the paper is to provoke thought along these lines rather than to provide recipes for calculating economic alternatives.
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Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Forest Entomologist, Weyerhaeuser Company Forestry Research Center, Centralia, Wash.
Publication date: 1963-06-01
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